The Collections of LeRoy Morford, Marshalltown, Iowa. Victorian Furniture. American and european paintings. lamps and lighting. Bronzes. Antique advertising inc. Coca-cola; american indian artifacts. Eclectic collectibles and sports memorabilia.
VICTORIAN FURNITURE to include 19th C. Chickering, Boston Cherrywood square grand piano, heavily carved knees in the Rococco manner; Victorian oak settee, armchair and platform rocker with ornately carved griffin arms; Victorian oak parlor chair with carved lions head arms; Victorian oak and leather rocker; 12 drawer oak Victorian printer’s cabinet; oak Hoosier cabinet; Victorian oak writing desk; antique oak ice box; Victorian oak mirror; oak cased antique wall telephone; fancy parlor stove by Nestor Martin; several leaded glass windows; small pr leaded glass and oak doors; clocks. LAMPS AND LIGHTING to include more than 30 leaded lamps, floor lamps, Gone With the Wind Lamps; desk lamps, domes and others. AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS (MORE THAN 80) to include AN IMPORTANT LUMINOUS HUDSON RIVER LANDSCAPE SGD. HOMER DODGE MARTIN (WITH PROVENANCE); Everett Shinn, oil, musician; T. B. Pope oil, Hudson Highlands from the Beacon shoreline; Guy Wiggins oil, “Brooklyn Bridge”; Daniel Ridgeway Knight, oil on copper; Romare Beardon, watercolor; oil, still life attr. to Thomas Hart Benton; Wladyskaw Wankie oil, girl at seaside (very as is condition, needs restoration); Vlastimil Hofman, oil; H. Gordon, Hudson River oil; Willard Gay, Hudson River oil (son of George Howell Gay); Eugene La Foret; Dean Galloway Keller Oils, triptych; L. Bini; G. A. Sicard; E. C. Smythe; K. Meyer Nietta; Douglas Conway; Edward Vecy; J. A. Moore; Mancini; Cantreau; D. Warren; A. Hilding; A. Munglard; A. Richter; Arthur d’Autois; Madeline Stein; J. Clark; G. A. Sicard; Ivar (Norwegian Avante Garde) (7); SAM NORKIN ORIGINAL PEN AND INK ILLUSTRATIONS, WATERCOLORS AND OILS (approx. 60) these will be the last of the art works we will be offering directly from The Sam Norkin Estate; Chandler triptych pastel; WORKS ON PAPER to include America on the Hudson after an original painting by James Bard; Washington at Mt. Vernon after an original painting by T. Possiter; The Hunt Breakfast after a painting by Rennet; “Walking on A Rainy Night on Grand Street, NYC” after a painting by Rogers; hundreds of 19th C. historical engravings by America’s early printers; Terri Redlin, “Total Comfort” Ltd. Ed. Lithograph; Bev Doolittle Ltd Ed. Triptych lithograph, “Hide and Seek”; AMERICAN INDIAN ARTIFACTS to include a unique antique basket with paint decorated hide portion; several stone artifacts; tomahawk; pipes and pipe bowls; blanket; implements and items of granite and agate (one with label of origin); bronze after Frederic Remington“ Buffalo Signal”; bronze ”End of the Trail” after James Earl Fraser, Indian bronze, squaw with rifle sgd. Milo; Shipshee watercolors, Indians; T. Ellis watercolor, Indian Spear fishing; Indian bead necklaces. ANTIQUE ADVERTISING to include a 1920’s tin self framed Betty sign; a large Coca-Cola enameled sign; lithography on paper Coca Cola signs; Coca-Coca thermometer; Pepsi-Cola thermometer; a Jack Sprat (Marshalltown, Iowa) large collection of advertising signs and tins; Hamm’s Beer Signs (4); lithograph, “A Winter’s Day at the Original Schaefer’s Brewery’, Broadway and 19th St. after a painting by Homer Hill; hundreds of other tins: cigarette, teas, coffee, fruit, peanut butter, spices; SPORTS MEMORABILIA to include a 1954 Sports Illustrated 1st Issue with Willie Mays card; autographed photographs; autographed boxing uncut stamp sheets; programs; cards; (cards being sold in large lots) Many items with certificates of authenticity. MORE: Russian brass samovar; Rare Keystone Stereoptic Viewer C. 1913 in the original case with original slides; American decoys; superb 19th C. bronze vase; European Art Pottery Vase, probably French; collection of straight razors (being sold in lots); lots of interesting unusual collectibles. 1928 LINCOLN HIGHWAY MARKER. CONCRETE POST WITH BRONZE LINCOLN MEDALLIION. NATIONS FIRST COAST TO COAST HIGHWAY. NEW YORK TO THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE.
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